I noticed that you've moved the narrators from the cast list to the staff section (in Kita no Kazoku for example). IMO, the narrators are voice actors and should be listed in the cast list just like regular actors. Best practise is probably to put narrators to the end of the cast list. --MoerkJ talk 20:17, 22 August 2014 (UTC)
Okay, I'll keep it in mind from now on. - Keiko
Question about brackets
May I know why you are following/stalking my edits recently? In the previous articles created by editors on Chinese actors, none of them put inserting brackets beside TV show's name. Is that the new rule? Because I see you inserting them onto many of the pages.
Hello. It's not a new rule, Usually the original name of dramas and people who don't have an existing DramaWiki page is added in brackets. That's what I've seen used on all Japanese and Korean pages.
Avoid entering Hanzi (Chinese characters) in the TV Shows section. The only exception is when DramaWiki lacks an entry for the work listed. Giving the hanzi version of the work is helpful when another editor creates the article, and uses the information as a part of the research. However, once the article has been created, then the hanzi should be removed from the artist's TV show listing.
Also, could you please place education under trivia.